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Deer processing

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by shooterIII, Nov 16, 2011.

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  1. shooterIII

    shooterIII Member

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    Do it yourself, it's cheaper and you get your own meat. Your chances of getting your own meat back from a processor is slim to none.
     
  2. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    see the thread below.
     
  3. Go Fish

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    The only place I know of is Brossmans Meats in Caledonia, at the intersection of Highway 31 and 6 Mile Road. Telephone (262)-639-5828 address 6900 State Road 31, Racine, WI. Hope this helps

    Ed Fish
    Racine
     
  4. John Galt

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    Yo, if the gentleman wanted to do it himself, just why would he start a thread asking the question he asked? Unsolicited advice is usually worth what it costs.
     
  5. wolfram

    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    ShooterIll is offering good advice - I don't really look forward to the job of cutting up a deer but if you want a good result you really do need to DIY. Commercial cutters use bone saws and aren't too carful with the trimming or even the segregation of the meat. Very common to get meat from several different animals when you pick up your cut and wrapped packages. Problem with this is that most guys that aren't able to cut their own deer up don't know how to properly care for the game in the field either so you have a good chance of bringing how some real nasty stuff.

    Lots of literature and videos out there that will help you through the process.
     
  6. mrskeet410

    mrskeet410 TS Member

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    ShooterIII just got some unsolicited advise from Galt. It's worth what it costs.
     
  7. Bruce Specht

    Bruce Specht Well-Known Member

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    Call the Geneva Meats east of Geneva on Hy 50
     
  8. Rick in Ohio

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    I don't deer hunt any more, but my buddy just had one done up a week ago by a processor and all I could say after he told me what it cost all I could say is Wow! You would be better off just going out and buying a whole cow.
     
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